For fans of HD and / or nature documentaries, the BBC Planet Earth series is the unquestioned champion, and to provide a proper followup the Brits are improving it the only way they know how: doing it live. What the broadcaster calls its "most ambitions global wildlife series ever" will air simultaneously in 140 countries (more on that bit later) starting Sunday May 6th, then every Thursday and Sunday for three weeks.
The BBC has decided it can do without a HD channel just to showcase its gorgeous nature documentaries. As such, it's turning BBC HD into a high-definition simulcast of BBC Two, starting March 26th. As it's already been doing that jo... Read Post
Director Joe Sabia gave a group of kids an opportunity to narrate BBC America’s natural history series Planet Earth. There’s a lot of cute stuff here, especially their off-the-cuff comments. Also, hang out to the end to hear them tr... Read Post